Full-service public relations including corporate, brand, retail and product PR. Starting in the revitalisation phase, creating a national and local buzz. Development of a lifestyle network.
Once we achieve this, who knows what we will be capable of? Earth is a spec on the vast grid of infinite space. Once we learn about ourselves, we can begin to learn about others and they, in turn, learn from us.
The hosts of TVNZ1's Breakfast debated this morning after an Auckland woman was asked to leave a city swimming complex over her bikini. Yvette Harvie-Salter was visiting the Albany Stadium Pool, on Auckland's North Shore, on Saturday when she was approached by a female manager and asked to wear "something more conservative", she said. While Breakfast host Hayley Holt called the attire "pretty normal", newsreader Melissa Stokes was more perplexed.
Bikini Number 2 is a 3 bedroom, six sleeper, Duplex self catering unit. The living area downstairs is open plan consisting of kitchen, dining area, and lounge. There are 2 bathrooms. The main en-suite bathroom has a shower, toilet and basin, while the second bathroom has a bath, toilet and basin.
Food is average, service is clinical and I would never go back. There is nothing about this I looked at a few of the reviews and I decided to turn up again by myself to see if I had simply
On a sunny summer day in Montauk, Ipek Irgit was in the familiar situation of not knowing what she was doing with her life. It wasand she was 34 years old. Earlier in the year, after having her heart broken, she had taken a vacation in Brazil, visiting Rio de Janeiro and the beach towns of Bahia.
The heritage-listed Bikini Berlin complex includes the Bikinihaus Bikini Building opposite the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church, the large high-rise at Hardenbergplatz, the Zoo Palast cinema, the small high-rise with the 25hours Hotel and the car park at the Aquarium. By the end of the s more than sixty fashion companies had moved into the complex, producing and selling textiles and clothing. Bikini Berlin was born: a unique combination of shopping, gastronomy, workspaces, cinema, leisure, recreation and hotel.
A glass-encased advertisement for a nearby Chinese restaurant framed a grinning portrait of German actor and comedian Harald Juhnkegleefully tucking into a meal of Peking duck. The sign, anchored to a rounded, ground-level column of an aging building of some repute, had become an unassuming and unlikely landmark of the City West district. A casual holdover of the Cold War, the beloved ad is now gone, as is the half-century old restaurant—the oldest Chinese eatery in the city. It claims to have a hold on its own past; period photographs of Bikinihaus flash by on screens and dissolve into stylized images of the new development, inviting suggestions of historical continuity and inflated notions of architectural heritage.